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Awesome! That may have looked mellow to some, but I'm guessing that was fairly steep.
 

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Now, if I can get my girlfriend trained to spot that well, I can mall crawl just like Mr Gittin!
 

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what is a safe low pressure to run if the wheels do not have beadlocks? Safe as in not breaking a bead and going flat.
 

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what is a safe low pressure to run if the wheels do not have beadlocks? Safe as in not breaking a bead and going flat.
I have routinely run interco tires 37x12.5R15 on 15x9 wheels at 8-10 psi and never had a seal break
 

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what is a safe low pressure to run if the wheels do not have beadlocks? Safe as in not breaking a bead and going flat.
Somewhat depends on the wheel and tire combination. A narrower wheel with a wider tire (within reason obviously) can help with keeping the bead seated. Some wheels have a little more agressive bead lip. I aired down to under 10PSI with Goodyear MTRs on cheap steel wheels.
 

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The second video made it look like they aired down somewhat; no idea what PSI.
Agreed, the right rear looked like it but if it was hanging on to a rock ledge with 1/4 of the tire width it would deform the tire pretty easily. We probably won't know unless they tell us 😁
 

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